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National Presto Ind 02910 Saladshooter Electric Salad Maker

by Presto
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List Price: $49.99
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  • The fast and convenient way to slice or shred vegetables, fruits, and cheese for delicious salads, soups, pizzas, tacos, desserts and more.
  • Grate chocolate, chop nuts, and make bread and cracker crumbs quickly and easily. Shoot ingredients right where you want, with no extra bowls to clean!
  • The motor base wipes clean. All other parts are dishwasher safe. Simple to store! It's compact enough to fit most anywhere, even in a drawer.
  • Interchangeable slicing and shredding cones slip right in. There are no complicated parts to assemble.
  • Hundreds of uses--shreds cheese for pizza, potatoes for hashbrowns, and lettuce for tacos. Makes beautiful fruit salads with sliced bananas, apples and more.
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  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.9 x 4.2 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00006IV0R
  • Item model number: 02910
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (563 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #703 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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The SaladShooter makes a fabulous gift for those who like big, healthy salads loaded with veggies, homemade pizza with plenty of grated cheese, desserts topped with nuts or chocolate--find yourself in that portrait somewhere? Amazingly fast, the SaladShooter literally shoots out prepared food directly into a salad bowl or in neat piles for an assemble-your-own taco party. Featuring sharp stainless-steel cutting blades, the two interchangeable cones, one for shredding and one for slicing, each slip in and out of the main chute and are secured in place with a twist-lock ring. That’s all--no complicated parts to assemble. Food should be cut into blocks or lengths that fit into the food chamber, and a chart in the user guide specifies which cone to use for which foods. To operate, one hand grips the handle of the shooter and flips on the power switch, while the other hand presses down on the food guide to produce a steady output of shredded or sliced food. There’s no need to wash the parts in between processing different kinds of food, so shredded cheese, lettuce, carrots, and more are ready one after the other. All parts except the motor base can be washed in the dishwasher. The SaladShooter is not intended for grinding coffee or processing cranberries, tomatoes, or meats. Measuring 9-1/2 by 7 by 3-1/2 inches with a five-foot cord, the SaladShooter is covered by a two-year warranty against defects. --Ann Bieri

Product Description

The easy way to slice and shred vegetables, fruits, cheese and more for delicious salads, soups, pizzas, tacos, and desserts. Just point and shoot right where you want. No extra bowls to clean. Grate chocolate, chop nuts, and make bread and cracker crumbs quickly and neatly. Interchangeable slicing and shredding cones slip right in. There are no complicated parts to assemble. Easy to clean and store. Base wipes clean, all other parts are dishwasher safe. Compact enough to store most anywhere. 120 volts, 60 Hz only


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Customer Reviews

I use it to shred potatoes, cheese, carrots, etc.
Daniel Lynam
I would highly recommend this machine for anyone who loves salads and especially for vegetarians.
Jerry Mc
Have had one for years--wore the other one out--love this one!!
Beaux Bee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

227 of 231 people found the following review helpful By Nic Rosenau on December 26, 2003
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We laughed and laughed when we received this "as seen on TV" slicing and, well, grating "miracle product" as a gift. Who would actually use such a crazy thing? Well, it turns out that we would, frequently. It may not dice, but it does slice beautifully - thin and uniform, as well as grating everything from cheese to potatoes to carrots to ... you name it. We use it almost daily. If you're a vegetable eater or a cheese lover, you won't know how you lived without it. Easy to assemble and disassemble, and it's dishwasher safe, although you do have to position the parts correctly to maximize water flow and cleaning. You can do a fine or a coarse grate, a straight or a wavy slice. You can even get an ice shaver for making snow cones. It does have some limitations. While it grates all kinds of cheeses (softer cheeses work best when chilled), it can't slice cheese at all. Nor does it slice onions, celery or other "stringy" vegetables well. It will grate them, though. It slices cucumbers, carrots, summer squash and similar vegetables beautifully, but the chute is too narrow to slice most cukes or zukes whole -- you'll have to split them lengthwise.
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63 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Betty Anthony on June 3, 2005
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I have not had my salad shooter long but I have been very pleased with how easy it is to use and how easy it is to clean up after using it. I use a lot of coconuts making coconut kefir from the coconut water and then I have to find something to do with all that coconut meat or throw it away. After having so much coconut flour and coconut milk, I still had more left over that I did not want to throw away so I started shredded it. Shredded it by hand meant I was also shredded my hands. Not an option. After reading what others had written about the Salad Shooter, it sounded like something I would rather have than the shredder attachment to my Kitchen Aid. The reviews on that was not as good as the reviews on the Salad Shooter. I ordered the extra attachments for it and was surprised at the speedy delivery. One was not included in the order for some reason but they were swift to get it to me. I had intended to use it mainly for shredding the coconut but once I had it I started using it shredding vegetables and cheese. It is so easy to shred the cheese right over the skillet when I am making omelets. The attachments has a funnel that is suppose to direct the food to right where you want it but I have found that it does not always shoot the cheese right out but holds it back inside. For me, it is much easier to just hold the shooter over where I want the food to go. I do not like to have lots of extra appliances all over the place that I hardly use. This one seems to be in use for something every day. I have not used the slicer as much as the shredder but I will probably be slicing vegetables more to use with dips instead of the chips that I am trying to get away from.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Karen Proctor on October 1, 2005
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I wouldn't be without my Salad Shooter mainly because it shreds cheese like no other product I have used. My first one lasted many years and I just had to order another one sadly because no stores seem to carry it. One of my fav kitchen gadgets!
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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By K. Gilbert on February 3, 2009
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I have wanted a Salad Shooter pretty much since they came out with them. I got mine in pretty quickly and I like it but if I need to do very much shredding or slicing or want larger slices I will still need to use my food processor. The Salad Shooter works pretty good if you are shredding, say 1-2 potatoes and don't want to mess up your food processor but if I were going to do more than that, I would be better off with the processor.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Roseanne Arvin on November 15, 2003
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When I first saw this item advertised I laughed. Why would anybody actually want something like this I thought. Then I received it as a gift about 10 years ago and have used it to grate cheese & eggs for egg salad. It's wonderful! It's quick and easy and so is the clean up. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find this product at any of my local stores anymore!
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71 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Janet Knori on July 8, 2004
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Years and years ago, someone gave my mother a salad shooter. She was so impressed - and Mother knew everything "kitchen" - she bought me one. I don't even know how many years I had it, but she has been gone for 6 years, and it was long before that. Well, last week, it was grating some potatoes for me, and it just gave up the ghost. For some reason, I'd never considered that that could happen! My beloved salad shooter was no more. Well, guess what! I came right to my computer and ordered another one, which, thank goodness, came today.
Maybe I should stock up in case they stop making them! How does anyone cook without a salad shooter?
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Mc on August 3, 2004
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I only use my Salad Shooter for carrots and celery. It is true that celery strings get caught in the blades, but I found I could alleviate this quite a bit by pulling them off first like you're supposed to do. But usually I just cram them in since its so easy to clean up afterwards. Just open, run under water, pull out anything that's stuck and its done. I have used it a few times for cheese, but mostly I buy that already shredded. I use this nifty little machine several times a week. It makes finely chopped veggies that you can't duplicate easily by hand. And its quicker from the time I pick it up until the time I put it back than chopping things by hand alone. And its safer too. Also I find I use more carrots and celery than I would otherwise. Great for salads, of course, but also for adding celery to potato salad etc. You can also split raw zuccini into quarters and slice very thin pieces for salads or soups, something I wouldn't normally use because of all the bother. All in all, I have definitely gotten my money's worth. It definitely gets used often. It is very sturdily made and doesn't take up much space. I would highly recommend this machine for anyone who loves salads and especially for vegetarians. Enjoy.
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